Orland Unified School District
903 South Street, Orland Ca. 95963
Mailing: 1320 Sixth Street, Orland Ca. 95963
Phone: 530-865-1200  •  Fax: 530-865-1202

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If an incident occurs at a school, please do not go directly to the school. It is essential that we are able to keep clear access for emergency vehicles.

Please do not call the school during a crisis. We need to keep the school phone lines open for emergency support calls. Please call the District Office at (530) 865-1200.

Please visit this web site for breaking news. You may also check the local radio and television stations, as we will keep them informed.

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How to become a volunteer for Orland USD

To volunteer on campus or on field trips:

1.      Complete the "Application for volunteer" form, available at the District Office or www.orlandusd.net/forms (Every school year) 

2.      Get a "Request for background check" from the District Office.  Call and make an appointment with Glenn County Office of Education to get fingerprinted. Take your completed form with you to your appointment along with your Driver's License. (530-934-6575) This only need to be done once during your child's education in OUSD.

3.      Turn in a clear TB Test to the District Office. Orland Health Department does TB Test on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month. (530-865-6735) 

4.      Have your photo taken at the District Office for an ID Badge. Always wear your badge when volunteering. (Every school year)


To volunteer to drive:

In addition to the above steps:

1.      Complete the "Driver's Certification" form. Available at the District Office or www.orlandusd.net/forms. (Every school year) 

2.      Get an "H6" printout from the DMV. (Every school year)

3.      To drive your personal vehicle, you will need to provide proof of insurance. (Every school year)The minimum acceptable liability for privately owned vehicles is $100,000 per occurrence.  If you transport students often, it is recommended that your coverage be $300,000 per occurrence.


**Please keep in mind this process can take a couple weeks. Please be sure to plan ahead for any activities you wish to volunteer for. Thank you**

OUSD does not discriminate against any person on the basis of gender, race, color, religion, national origin, ethnic group, actual or perceived sexual orientation, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability.  Complaints alleging noncompliance with this policy of nondiscrimination should be directed to Orland Unified School District office at 1320 Sixth Street.  A copy of the Uniform Complaint Policy is available at www.orlandusd.net.   The Title IX coordinator is Ronnie Stenquist and her contact information is 530-865-1200.  The District's 504, Title II, and Title V coordinator is Jeff Scheele and his contact number is 530-865-1200.


Note From Sue Anderson R.N. School Nurse




Dear Parents,


AB354 requires that all students in 7th grade for the 2016/2017 school year have a whooping cough shot (Tdap) booster before beginning school.  They must have had this shot on or after their 7th birthday.  This means that all students currently in 6th grade, will not be able to begin the school year without meeting the new requirement for a whooping cough booster.


If you have any questions please contact Sue Anderson, the district school nurse.

New Rules for pertussis (English)
New Rules for pertussis (Spanish)

California Immunization Requirements for Grades K-12 or call your doctor


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Orland Unified
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Notice to Parents, Patrons, and Visitors:

On behalf of Orland Unified School District Board of Education the administration wants to inform all parents and patrons attending any school activity that Orland Unified School District is a 24/7 Tobacco Free Campus School District. The Orland Unified School District Board of Education voted to prohibit use of tobacco products of any kind on, in or upon any school property at all times  including non-school hours and non-school days of the week.

School property is defined as all property owned, leased, rented or otherwise used by any school (facility) in the district. This includes playgrounds, all athletic facilities, maintenance buildings, school building/sites, and parking lots.

Tobacco is defined as cigarettes, cigars, pipe tobacco, snuff/smokeless/chewing tobacco and all other kinds and forms of tobacco use.

Your complete cooperation is greatly appreciated by Orland Unified School District.

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